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TheBigAristotle1 06-22-2006 04:33 PM

Dee Browns role in the NBA
 
I agree with most people that Dee Brown has a role in the NBA. But I think it will be more along the lines of someone like Barbosa. Dee would be great in Cleaveland starting at SG next to Eric Snow, Lebron, and some quick bigs. Basically a fast combo gaurd who can play defense, is an excellent shooter, can handle the ball ecetra. His eventual role would be as a backup who comes in for 15-20 minutes a night to hit open 3's hustle and push the ball in transition.

BeckDiggLer 06-22-2006 08:24 PM

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Originally Posted by TheBigAristotle1
I agree with most people that Dee Brown has a role in the NBA. But I think it will be more along the lines of someone like Barbosa. Dee would be great in Cleaveland starting at SG next to Eric Snow, Lebron, and some quick bigs. Basically a fast combo gaurd who can play defense, is an excellent shooter, can handle the ball ecetra. His eventual role would be as a backup who comes in for 15-20 minutes a night to hit open 3's hustle and push the ball in transition.


He would be perfect in Cleveland, but Memphis might f... everything up and draft him at 24, Him and Bron Bron on the break, .... game over. They would have to keep Snow as a stopper because Billups would kill Dee in the post, but besides that he would be an awesome fit in Cleveland.

traditionone 06-22-2006 09:50 PM

Dee Brown could be a great change of pace point guard off the bench. Someone who can come in and change the tempo of the game, maybe spark offensive runs.

artificial 06-23-2006 12:54 AM

dee brown's best case scenario in the nba would be bobby jackson imo.

Chamberlain 06-23-2006 01:13 AM

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Originally Posted by traditionone
Dee Brown could be a great change of pace point guard off the bench. Someone who can come in and change the tempo of the game, maybe spark offensive runs.

That's what I'm thinking. Mike James 2004 Detroit style.

wang4three 06-23-2006 11:20 AM

Dee isn't as boneheaded and glory hogging as Mike was. Bobby Jackson is a good comparison, though Bobby has more of a driving mentality than Dee. If Dee falls below 20, he's gonna be a steal.


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